Tuesday, July 17, 2007

The Game Last Night; O's Lose 4-2, the Rundown

Sorry everyone, but I had a day full of commitments at work and for some other outfits I do stuff for, so I have not been able to update the blog until now.

The Orioles lost 4-2 last night, and I wonder if Brian Buress will now find himself in long relief.

Jeremy Guthrie takes the mound tonight against the phenom, “King” Felix Hernandez.


The Baltimore Sun has a recap of the game last night, as does the Baltimore Examiner, and Washington Post.

The Orioles MLB site wonders if the loss last night could send Buress back to the bullpen.

Slugger Miguel Tejada has rejoined the Orioles and is starting rehabilitation.

Blogger Roch Kubatko has some news on prospects Nolan Reimold and Val Majewski.

The Baltimore Examiner has a little more on the “State of the Orioles”, town hall meeting on Sunday.

Chris Ray has been mixing up his pitches better, and as of result, he’s not blowing as many games of late.

Bill Ordine of the O, by the Way Blog has his thoughts from last night’s game.

The Baltimore Examiner has a piece on Danys Baez, and his trip back to becoming a viable part of the Oriole bullpen…

As mentioned yesterday, Kevin Millar insists that he wants to remain in Baltimore

Columnist Peter Schmuck believes that now that football training camp and the season is among us, the Orioles will become irrelevant in the weeks to come as they are heading into their 10th losing season. It’s sad, but true.

As the Ironbirds are drawing well at the gate, the city of Aberdeen wants the Ripken group (who own the Ironbirds) to re-negotiate their deal with the stadium. The city is struggling to make payments on the stadium, and it is killing their budget; thus, they want Ripken to help them out.

A lot of the pitchers at the lower levels have been inconsistent, but the organization is not too worried…

As we all know (or may not know), Brian Roberts is a great advocate for sick kids and is a man who does a lot of community service, and the Baltimore Examiner takes a look what drives his charity work.

Adam Loewen visited the team the other day in Baltimore

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